STRIDING EDGE ⛰ This edit took far too long 🙃 I never really blow out the sky, but to achieve the mood I wanted in this image it was necessary. 🌫
1,52111123 August, 2019
Happy Friday Loves! Late one from me today! But wanted to wish you all a fab weekend. It’s looking an awesome forecast ☀️⛰.. so of course I’ll be working all weekend 😂!
Another one from last weekends heather hunting up Lingmoor Fell..I was so focused on the looking across to the Langdale Pikes that I almost missed the beautiful patch of light cascading over Blea Tarn.. one of the places where we will be visiting on the Instagram meet weekend in Langdale (Sunday Walk) .. I’ve been completely blown away by the response and can’t wait to meet you guys! 💜!
Hope everyone has a great weekend whatever you’re up to!x
We are so blessed yesterday to hear author, International speaker, and Creationist, Dr. Jobe Martin of Biblical Discipleship Ministries, who flew over all the way from Dallas, Texas with his lovely wife Jenna Dee and their 2 daughters, Mirren and Taryn. Dr. Jobe spoke about three critical topics affecting Christians today while Mrs Jenna graciously encouraged us women, daughters, sisters, wives and mums about our important roles in our own family. In between we enjoyed the bring and share lunch
with coffee, tea, doughnuts and sandwiches. There were kids programme as well for children which were handled by Mirren and Taryn.
It’s always nice to learn more about how God is infinitely awesome in His love for us and His higher ways thru the bible.
I will never forget Dr. Jobe’s discovery about the wonder of the Crimson Worm and how it relates much what’s written in the bible about who Jesus is and how he died for our sins so we can have eternal life. Indeed, everything around us testifies the genius of God’s hands.
How many people over the Bank Holiday weekend will pass this World War II mine, which has been turned into a collection box for the Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society? Next to the piers for the boats on Windermere at Bowness, this collection box is for the families of those lost at sea.